Irritated by her old music--but I bet she's not irritated by the royalties
she's still earning.
Why doesn't she just grow up, own it, and appreciate the fact that that
part of her life made her a multi millionaire and move on. So sick of her poor
me everybody wants to keep me innocent and remember me that way...be gracious
and thankful for it.
Cyrus maybe you should look at the life of Annette who set the example and who
paved the way for you to become rich and famous. I guess you are trying to
become another Britney. Look what happened she screwed up her life with drugs
and loose morals. Hollywood loves to ruin these young women with drugs, disease
and sick values.
Don't worry, Miley. There are many of us who were "irritated" and
"embarrassed" by your music even when it was popular.
I agree, she should be grateful for the Hannah Montana that made her a
"rich" little princess. Stop whining, grow up. And stop trying to shock
people at every turn, or you will find yourself a "has been."
While I've always been irritated by your music and Hannah Montana persona,
Miley, I put up with it for many years for my daughter's sake. She was a
huge fan. You'll be glad to know that she has outgrown you, and we have rid
her room of all the posters, clothing line, CDs, Barbie doll likenesses, and
other junk associated with Hannah Montana. It feels so nice to have that
embarrassing era behind us. We're just glad we sold it on eBay before
everyone else moved on, too.
Another post-Disney trainwreck in progress.
It'll be amusing when, at age 25, she's trying to distance herself
from the 20 year old Cyrus.
20's is pretty grown up but don't worry, judging from your new video
you'll still have plenty to be embarrassed about when your in your
30's looking back
. . . and so begins the next human trainwreck that is a young superstar
transitioning into an "adult" persona and/or mishandling their newfound
freedom.You'd think that she would take a good look at what has
happened to Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, or Charlie Sheen -- or even Robert
Downey, Jr. or Drew Barrymore a decade or so earlier -- and do everything in her
power to avoid that, but I guess the hubris and delusion that she's
different and somehow immune to the kind of personal implosions they all had is
just too great for her to overcome.I pity her.
This girl is headed for the dumpster...fast!!! If I were her dad I would be
pressing the panic button!
So Mily Cyrus is "embarrassed" by THE role which earned her MILLIONS of
dollars?She didn't have to prostitute herself out (ie, do
anything illegal, immoral or unethical) to earn that huge amoung of wealth, she
had to act.....she had to "pretend", which is what most of us did when
we were little kids growing up. We "pretended" in our playing...you be
a pirate, I'll be a cowboy. For this she is embarrassed?How in the world can she be so utterly clueless?Same comment
goes with her early music. I'm in my 40's and I have probably 10 or
12 Miley Cyrus songs, some of which were from when she was in her early teen
years. Those songs are pretty danged good, her young age notwithstanding. Like
the other comments here....I bet she's not "embarrassed" by all the
money she continues to rake in from those early songs.I'm not
going to go on some personal protest and delete her songs I own or refuse to
listen to them anymore, because they're great!, but my respect for her
continues to decrease just about every time she speaks.
I love how many of these comments want to see Miley Cyrus failed and ruined.
Jealousy at its finest.Next I'm waiting to hear how many people
"wouldn't want what she has anyway". Whatever helps you feel better
about your insignificance...
"I'm not going to go on some personal protest and delete her songs I
own or refuse to listen to them anymore, because they're great!"I don't believe I've ever heard anyone describe her songs as
"great." I happen to disagree vehemently.
Not unexpected from a 20-year old. She will change over the years as she
matures, just like everyone else.
The whole Hannah Montana thing was like nails on a blackboard to me personally,
but I don't blame her for feeling irritated. If your high school yearbook
were posted up all over the world, you probably wouldn't like it either.
Growing up is hard enough for everybody, even when your awkward years
haven't been offered up for public consumption while a bunch of anonymous
busybodies root for your failure.As silly as I feel for defending
Miley Cyrus, cut her some slack. She's allowed to become an adult.
"It feels so nice to have that embarrassing era behind us. We're just
glad we sold it on eBay before everyone else moved on, too."Nothing is more true!
This is what happens when you don't have a foundation.